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4 Colour Sun Wheel

4 Colour Sun Wheel

Richard Shilling is a British Land Artist who makes surprising sculptures in the landscape. Using only natural materials, this artist spreads beauty, has a political message and connects people to one another.
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07 Jun 2012 09:32:00
Chasseuse d'Oiseaux, 2011

Chasseuse d'Oiseaux, 2011

Artist Richard Stipl was born in Czechoslovakia in 1968 and now lives and works both in Canada and the Czech Republic.
Working initially as a painter, Richard Stipl has recently turned to making sculpture. Considered an exceptional talent in technical terms, Richard stands apart from his contemporaries through his uncanny ability to breathe a vital and invigorating “life force” into his art works, regardless of media.
Stipl is included in many important public and private collections worldwide.



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08 Jun 2012 11:38:00
Wire Sculptures By Richard Stainthorp

The English artist Richard Stainthorp creates life-size sculptures with metal wire. Its special feature is to capture, accurately, all the energy and fluidity of the human body. A selection of his works is available in the article.
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03 Aug 2015 08:24:00
Coliseum, Rome. (Photo by Richard Silver)

Richard Silver's photographs show us the world's biggest sights like Machu Picchu in Peru or Copacabana in Brazil. His photos, however, are not simply depictions of the landmarks but planned, artistic visual constructions that, with their playful combinations of sharpness and blur, create new worlds of experience. Photo: Coliseum, Rome. (Photo by Richard Silver)
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04 May 2013 11:19:00
Turkana tribesmen walk with guns in order to protect their cattle from rival Pokot and Sambur tribesmen near Baragoy, Kenya February 14, 2017. Cattle rustling and competition for grazing have long troubled northern Kenya, but severe drought and political rivalries ahead of the elections have exacerbated the situation between ethnic tribes. (Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters)

Turkana tribesmen walk with guns in order to protect their cattle from rival Pokot and Sambur tribesmen near Baragoy, Kenya February 14, 2017. Cattle rustling and competition for grazing have long troubled northern Kenya, but severe drought and political rivalries ahead of the elections have exacerbated the situation between ethnic tribes. (Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters)
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16 Feb 2017 00:01:00
An installation by the artist Richard Wilson, entitled 'Turning the Place Over', is built into the condemned Cross Keys House in Moorfields as part of the Capital of Culture for 2008

“Richard Wilson (born May 24, 1953) is a sculptor, installation artist and musician. Wilson's work is characterised by architectural concerns with volume, illusionary spaces and auditory perception”. – Wikipedia

Photo: An installation by the artist Richard Wilson, entitled “Turning the Place Over”, is built into the condemned Cross Keys House in Moorfields as part of the Capital of Culture for 2008, on June 25, 2007 in Liverpool, England. The piece consists of an 8 metre ovoid cut from the building's facade that oscillates in three dimensions. (Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images)
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27 Mar 2012 10:31:00


Challenger Deep Submersible is shown for the first time at the Virgin Group Media Announcement by the President & CEO of Virgin Airlines Sir Richard Branson at the Newport Harbor Yacht Club on April 5, 2011 in Balboa, California. (Photo by John M. Heller/Getty Images)
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07 Apr 2011 10:30:00
Wooden Churches - Travelling In The Russian North By Richard Davies Part 2

While communism, collectivism, worms, dry rot and casual looting failed to destroy the majestic wooden churches of Russia, it may be ordinary neglect that finally does them in. Dwindled now to several hundred remaining examples, these glories of vernacular architecture lie scattered amid the vastness of the world’s largest country. Just over a decade ago, Richard Davies, a British architectural photographer, struck out on a mission to record the fragile and poetic structures. Austerely beautiful and haunting, “Wooden Churches: Traveling in the Russian North” (White Sea Publishing; $132) is the result. Covering thousands of miles, Mr. Davies described how he and the writer Matilda Moreton tracked down the survivors from among the thousands of onion-domed structures built after Prince Vladimir converted to Christianity in 988.

See also: Wooden Churches Part1
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28 Nov 2013 12:13:00